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        Almanach der Wiener Werkstätte. (Red.: Max Mell).

      Wien - Leipzig, Brüder Rosenbaum (1911). 16,4 x 13,5 cm. 126 S., 12 (4 farbige) Tafeln, Buchschmuck und Tafeln in Grün und Schwarz, hellbrauner Orig.-Lederband mit goldgepr. Deckelornament, Lesebändchen und Kapitalbändchen schwarzweiß gemustert, Vorsatzpapier vergoldet, umlaufender Goldschnitt. Buchausstattung und Einbandentwurf von Josef Hoffmann. Kanten leict berieben, Exlibris. (Differenzbesteuert) In einigen wenigen Exemplaren erschienene Luxusausgabe des beispielhaften Almanachs. Mit Kunstbeilagen von Josef Hoffmann, Gustav Klimt, Iwan Mestrovic, Carl Otto Czeschka, Kolo Moser, Josef von Divéky, Moriz Jung, Oskar Kokoschka, Josef Schwetz und Paris von Gütersloh. Die literarischen Beiträge stammen von Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Anton Wildgans, Max Brod, Peter Altenberg, Franz Blei u.a. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Wiener Werkstätte, Wien um 1900, Illustrierte Bücher, Vorzugsausgabe, Almanache, WW

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        Paul Klee - Catalogue raisonné Alle 9 Bänder zum Sondersparpreis

      NEUBUCH!!! Paul-Klee-Stiftung und Kunstmuseum Bern (Hrsg.) Paul Klee - Catalogue raisonné Verzeichnis des gesamten Werkes in neun Bänden Die umfangreichste und wichtigste Publikation, die bisher auf der Grundlage des Archivs erstellt wurde, ist das Werkverzeichnis Paul Klees, der Catalogue raisonné Paul Klee. Mit dieser Publikation wird erstmals das Schaffen Paul Klees vollständig und systematisch zusammengestellt und veröffentlicht. Der Catalogue raisonné Paul Klee ist das Resultat einer 15 Jahre dauernden - auf der Grundlage von Vorbereitungsarbeiten der 1970er und 1980er Jahre basierenden - wissenschaftlich fundierten Aufarbeitung des gegen 10'000 Zeichnungen, Druckgrafiken, Aquarelle und Gemälde umfassenden Gesamtwerks von Paul Klee. Klees eigenem, handschriftlichen OEuvre-Katalog folgend, in welchem der Künstler von 1911 bis zu seinem Tod im Jahre 1940 mit nie nachlassender Akribie sein Schaffen festhielt, verzeichnet der Catalogue raisonné Paul Klee sämtliche Werke des Künstlers in chronologischer Reihenfolge. Diese Systematik trennt das OEuvre nicht künstlich nach Gattungen, sondern ermöglicht grundlegende Einsichten in die Dynamik von Paul Klees Werkprozess. Im Herbst 2004 wurde mit der Herausgabe des letzten Bandes das Projekt des Catalogue raisonné Paul Klee abgeschlossen. Band 9 umfasst nebst den Werken von 1940 und einer aktualisierten Bibliografie auch eine Addenda und Corrigenda und wurde mit Gesamtregistern zu den Werktiteln, Provenienzen und Standorten vervollständigt. Den Inhalt der einzelnen Bände können Sie bei den jeweiligen Einzelangeboten nachlesen.

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        Stories from the Pentamerone

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1911. Limited Edition. Vellum. Near Fine. Goble, Warwick. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. 304 p. Edition de Luxe, only 150 printed. The text of this book is based on John Edward Taylor's translation from 1847. ***ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Giambattista Basile (1566-1632) was an Italian poet, courtier, and fairy tale collector. The earliest form of this work was published in 1634 and 1636 under a pseudonym, by his sister, in two volume. It languished and then received attention when praised by the Brothers Grimm as the first "national" collection of fairy tales, and contains the earliest known versions of Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, and Rapunzel. His collection of stories became known as the Pentamerone because it was loosely modeled after the Decamerone of Boccaccio. ***ABOUT THE EDITOR: Edward Fairbrother Strange worked at the Victoria and Albert Museum and was the author of numerous works on art and illustration, as well as contributing articles to the famous 11th edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. ***ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR: Warwick Goble (1862-1943) was an illustrator specializing in Japanese and Indian themes; his interest in Japanese style is evident in his work, and had an affect on later illustrators including Virginia Frances Sterrett. Among many other works, in his early career he was the first to illustrate H.G. Wells's The War of the Worlds. ***DESCRIPTION: Deluxe binding of white vellum with gilt decoration on front, gilt lettering on front and spine, top edge gilt, fore- and bottom edges uncut, yellow ties, plain endpapers, title page in red and black. Thirty-two color illustrations by Goble tipped onto brown woven paper, tissue guards with black printing. ***CONDITION: Internally the book is in fine condition, externally very good. The text block is solid, the pages are clean, the illustrations are perfect other a crease in the frontispiece which was likely done upon publication, all tissue guards are present and in perfect condition. Some restoration work to hinges was done by a professional conservationist, ribbon ties are new replacements. ***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply as the standard does not always cover costs; please contact us for details. ***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the ABAA, ILAB and IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help.

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        Siegfried & The Twilight of the Gods (Signed/limited edition)

      London / New York: William Heinemann / Doubleday Page & Co, 1911. 1st and Limited Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Rackham, Arthur. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. 184 p. Signed by Illustrator(s). Limited edition of 1150 copies (1000 for Britain and 150 for America), this being copy no. 82 of the 150 reserved for America, SIGNED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM on the limitation page. Considered by many to be Rackham's most magnificent work, the 30 full-color illustrations are breathtaking.***DESCRIPTION: Bound in brown laid paper boards with an ivory cloth spine, publisher's paper label to the spine, and grey-green laid paper endpapers; the binding does not conform to that in the bibliographies, so is either a variant or the volume was rebound - if rebound, the binder did a wonderful job as there is plenty of room in the gutter margins. Limitation statement with Arthur Rackham's signature on the verso of the page preceding the frontispiece, title page has green lettering and a small illustration by Rackham in black, the thirty colour illustrations are tipped onto heavy brown paper, each with a lettered tissue guard, nine drawings total (including title page) in black and white; quarto size (approximately 11.5" tall), pagination: (i)-x, (1)-182, blank, printer's statement, printed by Ballantyne & Company Ltd, London (count excludes pages with tipped-in illustrations and tissue guards); limited edition of 1150 copies, all signed by Rackham, with 150 being reserved for America, of which this is no. 82.***CONDITION: The binding is good plus to very good minus, with some rubbing to the corners (particularly the bottom corners), overall light soiling with some small tears to the cloth spine; the interior is near fine and clearly was hardly read as many signatures are unopened, it has a strong, square text block, hinges a bit tender but holding well, the book is free of prior owner markings, and all the illustrations with their tissue guards are present as called for, each of the illustrations being in fine condition save one (pg. 108) which has a very small rubbed spot.***CITATION: Riall pg. 109, Latimore & Haskell pg. 37.***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply as the standard does not always cover costs; please contact us for details.***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the ABAA, ILAB and IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help.

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        Siegfried & The Twilight of the Gods (Signed/limited edition)

      London / New York: William Heinemann / Doubleday Page & Co, 1911. 1st and Limited Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Rackham, Arthur. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. 184 p. Signed by Illustrator(s). Limited edition of 1150 copies (1000 for Britain and 150 for America), this being copy no. 82 of the 150 reserved for America, SIGNED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM on the limitation page. Considered by many to be Rackham's most magnificent work, the 30 full-color illustrations are breathtaking. ***DESCRIPTION: Bound in brown laid paper boards with an ivory cloth spine, publisher's paper label to the spine, and grey-green laid paper endpapers; the binding does not conform to that in the bibliographies, so is either a variant or the volume was rebound - if rebound, the binder did a wonderful job as there is plenty of room in the gutter margins. Limitation statement with Arthur Rackham's signature on the verso of the page preceding the frontispiece, title page has green lettering and a small illustration by Rackham in black, the thirty colour illustrations are tipped onto heavy brown paper, each with a lettered tissue guard, nine drawings total (including title page) in black and white; quarto size (approximately 11.5" tall), pagination: (i)-x, (1)-182, blank, printer's statement, printed by Ballantyne & Company Ltd, London (count excludes pages with tipped-in illustrations and tissue guards); limited edition of 1150 copies, all signed by Rackham, with 150 being reserved for America, of which this is no. 82. ***CONDITION: The binding is good plus to very good minus, with some rubbing to the corners (particularly the bottom corners), overall light soiling with some small tears to the cloth spine; the interior is near fine and clearly was hardly read as many signatures are unopened, it has a strong, square text block, hinges a bit tender but holding well, the book is free of prior owner markings, and all the illustrations with their tissue guards are present as called for, each of the illustrations being in fine condition save one (pg. 108) which has a very small rubbed spot. ***CITATION: Riall pg. 109, Latimore & Haskell pg. 37. ***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply as the standard does not always cover costs; please contact us for details. ***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the ABAA, ILAB and IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help.

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        Camera Work 36: "The Steerage"

      New York: Alfred Stieglitz, 1911. THE COMPLETE ISSUE OF CAMERA WORK 36, INCLUDING THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF THE ICONIC IMAGE THE STEERAGE, ALONG WITH 15 OTHER PHOTOGRAVURES BY STIEGLITZ.A REMARKABLE ASSOCIATION COPY: MAX WEBER'S COPY, WITH HIS OWNERSHIP SIGNATURE. IT WAS WEBER WHOM STIEGLITZ CREDITED WITH "DISCOVERING" THE STEERAGE. "Alfred Stieglitz was a major force in the promotion and elevation of photography as a fine art in America in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Steerage is considered Stieglitz's signature work, and was proclaimed by the artist and illustrated in histories of the medium as his first 'modernist' photograph. It marks Stieglitz's transition away from painterly prints of Symbolist subjects to a more straightforward depiction of quotidian life."The Steerage began its life as a masterpiece four years after its creation, with Stieglitz's publication of it in a 1911 issue of Camera Work devoted exclusively to his photographs in the 'new' style, together with a Cubist drawing by Picasso. Stieglitz loved to recount how the great painter had praised the collage-like dispersal of forms and shifting depths of The Steerage. Canonized retroactively, the photograph allowed Stieglitz to put his chosen medium on par with the experimental European painting and sculpture he imported and exhibited so presciently at his gallery" (Metropolitan Museum of Art).Although Stieglitz took the photograph in 1907, it was so radical that even he failed to immediately recognize its significance. It "is entirely reasonable--and no discredit to Stieglitz--that others probably had to intervene in his understanding of the picture before he could really grasp it--that the picture's conception came, as it were, after its birth. According to Edward Steichen, in 1911 the painter Max Weber brought The Steerage to Stieglitz's attention as a Cubistic accomplishment, and only Pablo Picasso's admiration for the picture--and his praise of Stieglitz as 'the only one who has understood photography'--allowed Stieglitz to see the picture in the formalist terms he narrates" (Francisco, The Steerage and Alfred Stieglitz, 2012).Stieglitz himself credits Weber as one of the few people whom he showed the proofs to who "truly saw the picture" and Weber's approval (along with the approval of the artists Haviland and de Zayas) gave him the confidence to publish it. "When it appeared in Camera Work," Stieglitz later wrote, "it created a stir whenever seen... I said one day, 'If all my photographs were lost and I'd be represented by just one, The Steerage, I'd be satisfied'" (ibid).More on the relationship between Max Weber and Stieglitz:"Because Stieglitz's knowledge and understanding of modern art, especially European art, was initially limited... he relied heavily, during the early years of 291's new incarnation, on his closest advisers to recommend artists and to make contact with them and their dealers in Europe... [He] sought advice from... the Russian-born American Cubist painter Max Weber... Weber greatly influenced Stieglitz's understanding of European modernism. The artist's knowledge of modern art derived from his years in Paris (1905-9), where he had studied with Matisse, visited Picasso's studio and absorbed his Cubist style, attended Gertrude Stein's salon, and befriended the modern primitive painter Henri Rousseau. Back in New York, Weber was introduced to Stieglitz (through Steichen) and, for a while, gave art lessons to the dealer's young daughter, wrote for Camera Work, and even lived at the gallery, where he worked as an assistant... [Their] close association ended suddenly and acrimoniously in 1911, when they argued about the pricing of Weber's first (and only) one-man show at 291... Years later, probably in the 1930s, the two men made peace and acknowledged the importance of their early collaboration" (Dabrowski, Stieglitz and His Artists).Camera Work 36 would have been a particularly important issue for Weber, for, along with The Steerage which he championed, it contains an announcement and numerous reviews of his seminal one-man show in January 1911 at Stieglitz's 291 gallery.The other Stieglitz photographs in the issue are: The City of Ambition (1910), The City Across the River (1910), The Ferry Boat (1910), The Mauretania (1910), Lower Manhattan (1910), Old and New New York (1910), The Aeroplane (1910), A Dirigible (1910), The Steerage (1907), Excavating, New York (1911), The Swimming Lesson (1906), The Pool - Deal (1910), The Hand of Man (1902), In the New York Central Yards (1903), The Terminal (1892), Spring Showers, New York (1903).New York: Alfred Stieglitz, 1911. Quarto (9" x 12", 23cm x 35cm), original grey wrappers; custom box by noted book designer Sjoerd Hofstra. Lacking front free endpaper (blank). Wrappers with chips at edges. Spine perished with early reinforcement at board edges near spine. Plates in fine condition, with The Steerage remarkably fresh.AN OUTSTANDING ASSOCIATION COPY OF ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT VOLUMES IN THE HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY. Good.

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        The Novels of Jane Austen.

      Edinburgh Grant 1911 - Winchester Edition. 12 volumes, 8vo., portrait frontispiece, together with the first printing (1924) of Austen's unfinished work, 'Sandition' (smaller format); green half morocco gilt by Frost, a fine set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Camera Work 36: "The Steerage"

      New York: Alfred Stieglitz, 1911. First edition. Original wrappers. Good. THE COMPLETE ISSUE OF CAMERA WORK 36, INCLUDING THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF THE ICONIC IMAGE THE STEERAGE, ALONG WITH 15 OTHER PHOTOGRAVURES BY STIEGLITZ. A REMARKABLE ASSOCIATION COPY: MAX WEBER'S COPY, WITH HIS OWNERSHIP SIGNATURE. IT WAS WEBER WHOM STIEGLITZ CREDITED WITH "DISCOVERING" THE STEERAGE. "Alfred Stieglitz was a major force in the promotion and elevation of photography as a fine art in America in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Steerage is considered Stieglitz's signature work, and was proclaimed by the artist and illustrated in histories of the medium as his first 'modernist' photograph. It marks Stieglitz's transition away from painterly prints of Symbolist subjects to a more straightforward depiction of quotidian life. "The Steerage began its life as a masterpiece four years after its creation, with Stieglitz's publication of it in a 1911 issue of Camera Work devoted exclusively to his photographs in the 'new' style, together with a Cubist drawing by Picasso. Stieglitz loved to recount how the great painter had praised the collage-like dispersal of forms and shifting depths of The Steerage. Canonized retroactively, the photograph allowed Stieglitz to put his chosen medium on par with the experimental European painting and sculpture he imported and exhibited so presciently at his gallery" (Metropolitan Museum of Art). Although Stieglitz took the photograph in 1907, it was so radical that even he failed to immediately recognize its significance. It "is entirely reasonable-and no discredit to Stieglitz-that others probably had to intervene in his understanding of the picture before he could really grasp it-that the picture's conception came, as it were, after its birth. According to Edward Steichen, in 1911 the painter Max Weber brought The Steerage to Stieglitz's attention as a Cubistic accomplishment, and only Pablo Picasso's admiration for the picture-and his praise of Stieglitz as 'the only one who has understood photography'-allowed Stieglitz to see the picture in the formalist terms he narrates" (Francisco, The Steerage and Alfred Stieglitz, 2012). Stieglitz himself credits Weber as one of the few people whom he showed the proofs to who "truly saw the picture" and Weber's approval (along with the approval of the artists Haviland and de Zayas) gave him the confidence to publish it. "When it appeared in Camera Work," Stieglitz later wrote, "it created a stir whenever seen... I said one day, 'If all my photographs were lost and I'd be represented by just one, The Steerage, I'd be satisfied'" (ibid). More on the relationship between Max Weber and Stieglitz: "Because Stieglitz's knowledge and understanding of modern art, especially European art, was initially limited… he relied heavily, during the early years of 291's new incarnation, on his closest advisers to recommend artists and to make contact with them and their dealers in Europe… [He] sought advice from… the Russian-born American Cubist painter Max Weber… Weber greatly influenced Stieglitz's understanding of European modernism. The artist's knowledge of modern art derived from his years in Paris (1905-9), where he had studied with Matisse, visited Picasso's studio and absorbed his Cubist style, attended Gertrude Stein's salon, and befriended the modern primitive painter Henri Rousseau. Back in New York, Weber was introduced to Stieglitz (through Steichen) and, for a while, gave art lessons to the dealer's young daughter, wrote for Camera Work, and even lived at the gallery, where he worked as an assistant… [Their] close association ended suddenly and acrimoniously in 1911, when they argued about the pricing of Weber's first (and only) one-man show at 291… Years later, probably in the 1930s, the two men made peace and acknowledged the importance of their early collaboration" (Dabrowski, Stieglitz and His Artists). Camera Work 36 would have been a particularly important issue for Weber, for, along with The Steerage which he championed, it contains an announcement and numerous reviews of his seminal one-man show in January 1911 at Stieglitz's 291 gallery. The other Stieglitz photographs in the issue are: The City of Ambition (1910), The City Across the River (1910), The Ferry Boat (1910), The Mauretania (1910), Lower Manhattan (1910), Old and New New York (1910), The Aeroplane (1910), A Dirigible (1910), The Steerage (1907), Excavating, New York (1911), The Swimming Lesson (1906), The Pool - Deal (1910), The Hand of Man (1902), In the New York Central Yards (1903), The Terminal (1892), Spring Showers, New York (1903). New York: Alfred Stieglitz, 1911. Quarto (9" x 12", 23cm x 35cm), original grey wrappers; custom box by noted book designer Sjoerd Hofstra. Lacking front free endpaper (blank). Wrappers with chips at edges. Spine perished with early reinforcement at board edges near spine. Plates in fine condition, with The Steerage remarkably fresh. AN OUTSTANDING ASSOCIATION COPY OF ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT VOLUMES IN THE HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY.

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        Commentaries on the Law of Municipal Corporations, 5th ed. 5 Vols

      1911 - A Book of "Prime Importance" on Municipal Corporations Dillon, John F. [1831-1914]. Commentaries on the Law of Municipal Corporations. Fifth edition. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1911. Five volumes. Complete. Cloth, blind frames to boards, red and black calf lettering pieces to spines. Some shelfwear, light soiling to spines, minor tears to heads of spines, minor edgewear to lettering pieces, front joint of Volume V starting at head. Some toning to text, internally clean. Ex-library. Small inkstamps to front pastedowns. A nice set. $500. * Fifth and final edition. First published in 1872 as the Treatise on the Law of Municipal Corporations, this was the first American book devoted exclusively to this subject. Vanderbilt calls it one of America's "great textbooks." Warren says it is a book of "prime importance" and a "legal classic." Vanderbilt, Men and Measures in the Law 21. Warren, A History of the American Bar 551. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Klassiker des Altertums. Ausgewählt und herausgegeben von Heinrich Conrad und Hanns Floerke. 2 Reihen. 53 in 52 Bänden (alles).

      Georg Müller bzw. Propyläen 1911-1926, München bzw. Berlin - 8vo. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. OHldr. m. rotem RSchild. u. dezenter Vergoldung (Paul Renner). Rotschnitt. Vollständige Ausgabe der schönen Klassiker-Ausgaben in wichtigen deutschen Übersetzungen. - Einbände sämtlich etw. berieben, ca. 10 Bände oben am Rücken etw. abgegriffen m. kl. Fehlstellen des Leders. Einige Deckel stärker berieben, 1 Bd. m. kl. Fehlstelle am RSchild., wenige Bände m. stockfleckigen Vorsätzen und/oder Exlibris, im Text sauber u. wohlerhalten. Trotz der erwähnten Mängel, die häufig bei den empfindlichen Einbandmateralien auftauchen, insgesamt ein ansprechendes und recht gutes Ex. - 1. Reihe: 1-2: Plutarch, Vermischte Schriften. 3-4: Herodot, Neun Bücher der Geschichte. 5-6: Horaz, Satiren u. Episteln. 7-11: Lukian, Sämtl. Werke. 12: Sueton, Die zwölf Cäsaren. 13: Plutarch, Verm. Schriften, Bd. 3. 14-15: Thukydides, Geschichte des Peloponnesischen Krieges. 16: Xenophon, Schriften über Sokrates. 17-20: Cicero, Briefe. 21-22: Tacitus, Historien u. Annalen. 23-27: Platon, Ausgewählte Werke. 2. Reihe: 1-6: Plutarch, Lebensbeschreibungen. 7-8: Aristophanes, Komödien. 9-10: Homer, Ilias u. Odyssee. 11: Horaz, Oden u. Epoden. 12: Catull, Gedichte. 13-14 in 1 Band: Tibull u. Properz, Elegien. 15: Der Kranz des Meleagros. 16-19: Plautus, Komödien. 20: Pindar, Siegesgesänge. 21: Petron, Satiren. 22: Vergil, Aeneis. 23: Martial, Epigramme. 24: Aischylos, Tragödien. 25-26: Seneca, Philosophische Schriften. gr.

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        Stories from the Pentamerone

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1911. Limited Edition. Vellum. Near Fine. Goble, Warwick. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. 304 p. Edition de Luxe, only 150 printed. The text of this book is based on John Edward Taylor's translation from 1847.***ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Giambattista Basile (1566-1632) was an Italian poet, courtier, and fairy tale collector. The earliest form of this work was published in 1634 and 1636 under a pseudonym, by his sister, in two volume. It languished and then received attention when praised by the Brothers Grimm as the first "national" collection of fairy tales, and contains the earliest known versions of Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, and Rapunzel. His collection of stories became known as the Pentamerone because it was loosely modeled after the Decamerone of Boccaccio.***ABOUT THE EDITOR: Edward Fairbrother Strange worked at the Victoria and Albert Museum and was the author of numerous works on art and illustration, as well as contributing articles to the famous 11th edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica.***ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR: Warwick Goble (1862-1943) was an illustrator specializing in Japanese and Indian themes; his interest in Japanese style is evident in his work, and had an affect on later illustrators including Virginia Frances Sterrett. Among many other works, in his early career he was the first to illustrate H.G. Wells's The War of the Worlds.***DESCRIPTION: Deluxe binding of white vellum with gilt decoration on front, gilt lettering on front and spine, top edge gilt, fore- and bottom edges uncut, yellow ties, plain endpapers, title page in red and black. Thirty-two color illustrations by Goble tipped onto brown woven paper, tissue guards with black printing.***CONDITION: Internally the book is in fine condition, externally very good. The text block is solid, the pages are clean, the illustrations are perfect other a crease in the frontispiece which was likely done upon publication, all tissue guards are present and in perfect condition. Some restoration work to hinges was done by a professional conservationist, ribbon ties are new replacements.***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply as the standard does not always cover costs; please contact us for details.***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the ABAA, ILAB and IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help.

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        THE SENSITIVE PLANT. With an introduction by Edmund Gosse.

      London.Heinemann.No date. (1911). 128 pages. Illustrated with pictorial end papers, decorative half-title and title-page, 18 tipped-in colour plates, and other illustrations by Charles Robinson. Original cream vellum with pictorial spine and upper cover blocked and lettered gilt. Top edge gilt. Quarto. First de-luxe edition.Slight soiling to cover edges; else an excellent copy.

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        Pharmakognostischer Atlas. Ein Atlas für Apotheker, Großdrogisten, Sanitätsbeamte, Studierende der Pharmacie usw. Erster Band: Die Rinden, Hölzer und Rhizome; Zweiter Band: Die Wurzeln, Knollen, Zwiebeln und Kräuter.

      Gebrüder Borntaeger, Leipzig 1911 + 1914. - 146 S. mit 24 lithographierten Tafeln - 182 S. mit 25 Tafeln, Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2200 4°, Original-Leinen, Einband leicht berieben und bestoßen und gering fleckig, Rücken mit Resten einer Signatur einer Privatbibliothek, Innendeckel mit Exlibris (von H.W. Gesell), Schnitt und Titel mit Namensstempel, innen sauber,

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        STORIES IN GREY

      London: T. Werner Laurie, [1911]. First edition. Two small ink stamps to front paste down, former owner's name to front free endpaper, some general rubbing to cloth, especially to edges, a very good copy. Scarce. (15109). Octavo, pp. [1-8] [1] 2-320 [first leaf blank except for small a on recto] a-g [h]: ads, title page printed in blue and black, original blue-green cloth, front panel stamped in black, spine panel stamped in gold, publishers monogram on rear panel stamped in black, "Mixed collection, including excellent weirds 'Smeath,' 'Rose Rose,' 'The Doll,' and 'Linda.' One of Pain's best collections from the standpoint of horror fiction; literate, ironic and vividly nasty in an understated manner." - Robert Knowlton. "The best of Pain's horror fiction." - Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 317. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1282. Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 401. Bleiler (1978), p. 153. Hubin (1994), p. 624. NCBEL IV 698.

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        Almanach der Wiener Werkstätte. (Red.: Max Mell).

      Wien - Leipzig, Brüder Rosenbaum (1911). - In einigen wenigen Exemplaren erschienene Luxusausgabe des beispielhaften Almanachs. Mit Kunstbeilagen von Josef Hoffmann, Gustav Klimt, Iwan Mestrovic, Carl Otto Czeschka, Kolo Moser, Josef von Divéky, Moriz Jung, Oskar Kokoschka, Josef Schwetz und Paris von Gütersloh. Die literarischen Beiträge stammen von Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Anton Wildgans, Max Brod, Peter Altenberg, Franz Blei u.a. 16,4 x 13,5 cm. 126 S., 12 (4 farbige) Tafeln, Buchschmuck und Tafeln in Grün und Schwarz, hellbrauner Orig.-Lederband mit goldgepr. Deckelornament, Lesebändchen und Kapitalbändchen schwarzweiß gemustert, Vorsatzpapier vergoldet, umlaufender Goldschnitt. Buchausstattung und Einbandentwurf von Josef Hoffmann. Kanten leict berieben, Exlibris. (Differenzbesteuert)

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        Brehms Tierleben. Allgemeine Kunde des Tierreichs. [13 Bde.; komplett].

      Leipzig, Bibliographisches Institut, 1911 - 1918 4°, ca. 7500 S., ca. 2000 Textabb. u. ca. 500 Taf. (tlw. in Chromolithogr.) u. 13 farb. Kart., [Orig-]HLdr. m. gold. Rückenpräg., marmorierte Schnitte, Rücken etw. aufgehellt, Ldr. tlw. kratzspurig u. tlw. m. kl. Abspleissungen; allg. gutes Ex. 4.. vollständig neubearbeitete Auflage. - Enth.: Bd. 1: Niedere Tiere. Bd. 2: Vielfüssler. Insekten und Spinnenkerfe. Bd. 3: Fische. Bde. 4 u. 5: Lurche. Kriechtiere. Bde. 6 - 9: Vögel. Bde. 10 - 13: Säugetiere. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Biologie - allgemein Naturwissenschaft

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        Album Souvenir de La Saison Russe 1911 (cover title): Miss Gertrude Hoffmann Announces Les Ballets Russes Saison Russe Album Souvenir 1911

      New York: Gertrude Hoffmann, 1911. Good. Folio. String-tied printed wrappers with illustration by Leon Bakst. Small tear on the yapped wrappers, else about very good. Includes the printed glassine over-wrapper which has chips and tears.

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        Note sur le vol des oiseaux

      Paris, Gauthier-Villars, 1911, in-8, IV, 22pp, br, PREMIERE EDITION de ce mémoire qui met en cause le principe de Clausius sur lequel depuis 1850 étaient basées toutes les études en thermodynamique. Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à Jean Becquerel. On joint une lettre autographe signée de l'auteur (4 pp.) adressée au même à qui il envoie ce mémoire

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        Siren-Land.

      J.M. Dent, London., 1911. First edition. Octavo. 302 pages. 26 black and white plates. Original green decorated cloth. Top edge gilt.Of the 1500 copies printed, 200 were used for the American edition and a further 890 were pulped (without the author's knowledge). Contemporary (1912) gift inscription on front free endpaper. Small bookplate on front pastedown. Free endpapers partially tanned. An exceptionally bright copy with only the slightest rubbing at head and tail of spine.

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        Die landwirtschaftlichen Versuchsstationen. Organ für naturwissenschaftliche Forschungen auf dem Gebiete der Landwirtschaft. Unter Mitwirkung sämtlicher Deutschen Versuchs-Stationen. Jahrgänge 59 - 129 (ohne Jahrgänge 66, 122, 123, 124 + 125)

      Paul Parey, Berlin 1911-1938. - 300-500 S. je Band mit zahlreichen Tabellen und Abbildungen auf Tafeln, ACHTUNG ABWESENHEIT! AUS BETRIEBLICHEN GRÜNDEN KANN IHRE BESTELLUNG ERST NACH DEM 25. AUGUST 2017 AUSGEFÜHRT WERDEN! DER NÄCHSTE VERSAND ERFOLGT VORAUSSICHTLICH AM MONTAG, DEN 28. AUGUST! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 45000 marmorierte Haldlederbände, dann marm. Halbleinenbände mit Rückentitel, Bibliotheks-Exemplar teils mit Papier-Rückenschildern, Stempel auf Titel, die Lederbände leicht berieben und anfangs gering beschabt, insgesamt gutes Exemplar, in 65 Bänden (Jahrgänge 79 + 80 in einem Band),.

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        No 1 - The City A & G Taylor's Photographic Views of London New Series

      London: A. & G. Taylor. Photographers to the Queen. Hardcover. Good. Oblong folio. 24 stiff paper boards with 23 mounted 7.25" x 4.5" photograph views of London scenes. Green pebble cloth covered boards with gilt stamped title and emblem on front board. Green Moroccan leather corners, spine and joints. Scuffed leather on corners, spine and joints. Light soil to front and rear linen end sheets. Covers slightly loose - no cracked hinges. A few light smudge marks verso of pages. Photograph views in very good condition. This book may have been published in 1911. One of the photograph views shows the new post office of St. Martin Le Grand which was constructed in 1911.

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        Fran Pol Till Pol. Vol. I: Genom Asien och Europe; Vol.II: Europa, Afrika, Amerika, Australien och Polarländerna.

      Albert Bonniers, Stockholm., 1911. First edition. Octavo. Two volumes: pp 476, [4] index; 600, [3] index. Illustrations and maps. Original blue pictorial cloth lettered in gilt and with circular panels depicting the two halves of the globe on front. Loosely inserted is the very scarce 12-page Preface ("Förord till 'Fran Pol till Pol'") which was written only after the book was published. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: "Till Fröken Ella Heckscher [?] hjärtligt tack fran Sven Hedin". The presentee Ella Heckscher (1882-1964) was a Sweden genealogist. She was the daughter of Legal Counsel, National Financial and Consul General Isidor Heckscher and was also the sister of the famous economic historian, Professor Eli F. Heckscher. Spine of Vol. I just a little bruised at head and tail. A very good set indeed.

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        Biochemisches Handlexikon. Band I/1: Kohlenstoff, Kohlenwasserstoffe, Alkohole der aliphatischen Reihe, Phenole; Band I/2: Alkohole der aromatischen Reihe, Aldehyde, Ketone, Säuren, heterocyclische Verbindungen; Band II: Gummisubstanzen, Hemicellulosen, Pflanzenschleime, Pektinstoffe, Huminsubstanzen, Stärke, Dextrine, Inuline, Cellulosen, Glykogen, die einfachen Zuckerarten, stickstoffhaltige Kohlenhydrate, Cyklosen, Glucoside; Band 3: Fette, Wachse, Phosphatide, Protagon, Cerebroside, Sterine, Gallensäuren; Band 4: Proteine, Polypeptide, Aminosäuren, stickstoffhaltige Abkömmlinge des Eiweisses und verwandte Verbindungen, Nucleoproteide, Nucleinsäuren, Purinsubstanzen, Pyrimidinbasen; Band 5: Alkaloide, tierische Gifte, Produkte der Innere

      Springer, Berlin 1911/12. - 1499 S. - 729 S. - 341 S.- 1190 S. - 674 S. - 390 S. - 822 S., ACHTUNG ABWESENHEIT! AUS BETRIEBLICHEN GRÜNDEN KANN IHRE BESTELLUNG ERST NACH DEM 25. AUGUST 2017 AUSGEFÜHRT WERDEN! DER NÄCHSTE VERSAND ERFOLGT VORAUSSICHTLICH AM MONTAG, DEN 28. AUGUST! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 15000 Groß 8°, marmoriertes Halbleder der Zeit mit Rückentitel, schlichter Rückenvergoldung und mit Lederecken, Einbände nur gering berieben, sauberes und dekoratives Exemplar, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE TALE OF TIMMY TIPTOES

      F. Warne & Co 1911 - First edition. 12mo. Brown paper covered boards with white lettering and pictorial onlay to upper cover. A fine, bright copy, very slightly cocked with just a little abrasion to the last page of text. Pictorial endpapers and 27 colour plates by Potter. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        GÜTER - ADRESSBUCH FÜR DIE PROVINZ POMMERN.- Verzeichnis sämtlicher Rittergüter, Güter und größeren Bauernhöfe der Provinz mit Angabe der Guts-Eigenschaft, des Grundsteuer-Reinertrages, der Gesamtfläche . Angabe der Besitzer, Pächter und Verwalter, der Post-, Telegraphen- und Eisenbahnstationen . einem alphabetischen Orts- und Personenregister, dem Handbuch der Königlichen Behörden. Nach amtlichen Quellen und auf Grund direkter Angaben bearbeitet.

      Leipzig (Hans Wehner), 1911. - 3. völlig umgerabeitete Aufl. Gr. 8°. XLII, 313 S. + umfangreicher Werbeanhang sowie mit der farbigen Faltkarte. ill. OLn. Rücken unter Verwendung des original Rückenschilds mit passendem Leinenstreifen erneuert, NaV, Karte gering gebräunt, insgesamt gut. Eine Seltenheit. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pikovaya dama (The Queen of Spades).

      P. Golike and A. Vilborg, St Petersburg., 1911. First edition thus. Introduction by N. Lerner. Text in Russian. Quarto. pp xxi, 68. 15 mounted colour plates (three of them rather cleverly in the format of playing cards), 13 hand-coloured textual illustrations, by Alexandre Benois. Full elaborate gilt paper boards. Top edge gilt. Patterned endpapers. Benois is perhaps better known as a designer for the Ballets Russes when it was under the directorship of Sergei Diaghilev. In 1921 he designed the sets and costumes for the Petrograd State Theatre production of Tchaikovsky's opera of the same title Covers just a little bruised at lower edge and a little rubbed at corners. Inner front hinge cracked. Very good indeed in remains of plain vellum wrapper.

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        Album Souvenir de La Saison Russe 1911 (cover title): Miss Gertrude Hoffmann Announces Les Ballets Russes Saison Russe Album Souvenir 1911

      New York: Gertrude Hoffmann, 1911. Good. Folio. String-tied printed wrappers with illustration by Leon Bakst. Small tear on the yapped wrappers, else about very good. Includes the printed glassine over-wrapper which has chips and tears.

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        Poems.

      

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        The Day's Play

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd,, 1911. Octavo. Original red cloth, title and decorations to spine and front cover gilt. Spine faded, marks and rubbing to front cover. A very good copy. Third edition (a year after the first), inscribed by the author to his future wife, Dorothy de Sélincourt, on the occasion of their engagement, on the front free endpaper, "To my Dorothy — with the author's heart. January 23rd, 1913". With Dorothy's illustrated bookplate to the front pastedown. The two first met in January 1913 while buying ski boots — coincidentally they were headed for the same slopes in Switzerland, Diablerets, and were both staying at the same hotel, the Grand. After a brief courtship, they announced their engagement that same month, and were married six months later. This copy is one of two books that Milne presented to Dorothy on the day he returned to London from Switzerland, the other being a copy of The Holiday Round. This work is the first of Milne's four volumes containing a collection of his contributions to Punch. The book was well-received, and was in its third edition just four months after publication, and in its fourth when his second collection, The Holiday Round, was published the following year.

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        Peter and Wendy, Peter Pan

      Hodder and Stoughton, UK 1911 - 1st Edition 1911. Undated as required for a 1st Edition. Pictorial title page and frontispiece, plus 11 black and white illustrations by F.D. Bedford. Book is very good++ and bright. Contents good but some foxing to a quite number of pages and edges. Very un-common as bright as this. More images can be taken upon request.Ref Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        OSIRIS AND THE EGYPTIAN RESURRECTION Volumes I and II

      Philip Lee Warner, 1911. 1st edn. 2 vols. Tall 8vo. Rebound in later quater speckled calf by Lopez of Valencia, gilt tooled raised ribbed spines and contrasting labels, with decoraive endpapers (a near Fine set). Pp. xxix + 404 & viii + 439, illus coloured folding frontispieces and b&w drawings in text and folding plates (small private library stamps of the Argentinian Egyptologist Ricardo A. Caminos on dedication page (Vol I) and contents page (Vol II); slight damage on fold of frontispiece in Vol II; no other inscriptions).

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        ECCE MUNDUS -- INDUSTRIAL IDEALS AND THE BOOK BEAUTIFUL

      Pagination: unpaginated [38 pp.] which were beautifully printed at the Chiswick Press on fine paper. Of course, the special feature of this copy is that it was also bound at Cobden-Sanderson's DOVES BINDERY.Arts & Crafts designed bookplate of Ernst Beeckman with the inscription on the front flyleaf: "For Mr. and Mrs. Beckman. June 1911" (in an unknown hand). This binding may be related to catalogue entry 582 in Marianne Tidcombe's THE DOVES BINDERY, which mentions two copies of pattern numbered 742, and being bound as "the covers are tooled with a small corner design of rose leaves," but we are unsure this fully relates to our copy so therefore inconclusive.

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        Legends of Vancouver

      Privately Printed, Vancouver 1911 - The first printing of the first edition, privately printed, by Saturday Sunset Presses Limited. Original illustrated embossed brown card wrappers with matching brown endpapers. Edges untrimmed. Some moderate handling and shelf wear to covers, with some shallow loss to edges. A little soiling and toning to covers. Otherwise clean, tight and unmarked. Very neat - a sound and handsome copy of this scarce issue. x,89pp. Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Some Big Game Hunts (SIGNED)

      Privately published by Union Bank Note Company, Kansas City 1911 - Light green decorated cloth; 8vo; 317pp; illustrated with decorated end papers; frontispiece plus numerous other b/w photos. "A vast amount of big game hunting mainly in the western United States, New Brunswick, British Columbia and Alaska. Including buffalo, antelope, elk, deer, moose, caribou, mountain sheep, mountain goat, black bear, grizzly, and Kodiak bear. Also, a chapter on hunting javelina along the Rio Grande in Texas." (Heller #66) Book is in good condition with moderate cover wear, a bit soft at spine ends. bookplate to front pastedown, internally clean with light toning to pages, bears an uncommon signed presentation across title page. A decent copy of a scarce title. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        holländisches skizzenbuch. mit 83 zeichnungen und einer originallithographie. auf amerikanischem bütten. text von oscar bie

      berlin: verlag julius bard. 1911 1. auflage quer- quart. hardcover gutes bis sehr gutes exemplar neuwertiger Zustand. tadellos, schwarzgeprägtes und illustriertes leinen mit seitlichem schließbändern, 69 seiten; im schuber mit titelschild, das bezugspapier des schubers an den kanten berieben und eingerissen, das leinen leicht stockfleckig, innen von bester erhaltung; der druck diese buches erfolgte durch die druckerei imberg & lefson gmbh., der der originallithographie durch die pan-presse, beide berlin, in einer auflage von fünfhundert numerierten exemplaren. dieses exemplar trägt die nummer 328. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        THREE YEARS IN THE CONFEDERATE HORSE ARTILLERY

      New York: Neale Publishing, 1911. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: The Neale Company. 1911. First edition. 362 pages. Author was in J.E.B. Stuart's Horse Artillery in Northern Virginia. Original green cloth with titles in gilt. Interior bright and clean in tight binding. Sunning to spine and edges. Very good tight copy. "If I had not seen it coming and jumped out of its path it would have struck me square in front just below the breast which would have undoubtedly labeled me for transportation to the silent city" [p207].

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        The fishes of the Indo-Australian archipelago I-XI. (complete).

      - Leiden, E. J. Brill, 1911-1962. 11 parts in 11. 8vo (23.4 x 15.9 cm). with over 5,200 pp., three portraits, 1,093 text figures. Uniform contemporary (publisher's) full cloth with gilt title on the spines and front boards.l The rare, completely original edition of this most important ichthyological work. Published over a very long period and seldom found complete. It includes an index of the ichthyological papers (including all references to the species and genera) of Pieter Bleeker, and a mounted portrait of this eminent ichthyologist of the 19th century who contributed by far the most to the ichthyology of the Malayan archipelago. Cancelled library stamps on titles, the top outer margin of a few pages in volume ten creased; otherwise a very good, clean set. Dean II, p. 610 (the start only); Nissen ZBI, 4352. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Colonel William Light : founder of Adelaide (deluxe edition)

      Sailor : soldier : artist, and the first Surveyer-General of South Australia. Adelaide : R. E. E. Rogers for the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, South Australian Branch, 1911. Octavo, gilt-illustrated vellum over bevelled boards, top edge gilt, other edges uncut and unopened, marbled endpapers, pp. [vi]; 108; [4]; 85; photographic plates, folding maps, facsimile documents, a fine copy, clearly never read. Includes the Supplement, a reprint of Light's 1839 'Brief Journal'. The deluxe edition, limited to 200 copies signed by the author. Very fine. Loosely enclosed, the programme for the Light Centenary, October 5th, 1939.

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        Neue Kunde von Liliencron. Des Dichters Briefe an seinen ersten Verleger herausgegeben von Heinrich Spiero. ( Widmungsexemplar des Verfassers an Rosa Schapire sowie deren Bibliotheksmarke ).

      188 Seiten, 2 n.n. Blätter. Mit einem montierten Porträtfrontispiz Liliencrons, goldgeprägter Original-Pergamentband mit Kopfgoldschnitt, 8 ( 19,5 x 13 cm ). Auf dem Innendeckel vorn mit der Bibliotheksmarke Rosa Schapires, auf dem vorderen Vorsatz mit handschriftlicher Widmung des Verfasser: " Rosa Schapire am 24. Dezember 1911 - mit freundlichen Grüßen, Olga und Heinrich Spiero ". Einband etwas fleckig und berieben, innen einige wenige Anstriche in Bleistift ( wahrscheinlich durch Rosa Schapire ). - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 400 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Principles of Economics

      , 1911. 1911. First Edition . TAUSSIG, Frank William. Principles of Economics. New York: Macmillan, 1911. Two volumes. Octavo, original navy cloth, uncut. $1600.First edition of Taussig

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        Siren Land.

      

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